Your Tuesday lunchtime news catch-up

A High Court judge has said it is clear it is not entitled to restrain fair reporting of Dáil utterances; a man has been charged with the murder of young boxer Eamonn Magee Jnr; and a Cork landlord warns about a family who littered his house with dirt and faeces. Just some of the latest and most read stories on irishexaminer.com.

Your Tuesday lunchtime news catch-up

TOP STORY

MOST READ: Injunction does not prevent media publishing Dáil statement on Denis O'Brien, court rules

A High Court judge has said it is clear it is not entitled to restrain fair reporting of Dáil utterances.

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IRELAND

Man charged with murder of young boxer Eamonn Magee Jnr

A 32-year-old barman has been remanded in custody charged with murdering the son of a former boxing champion.

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MOST READ: Cork landlord warns about family who littered house with dirt and faeces

A landlord in Cork city has had his house ruined by a family who blocked all the toilets in his house and kept maggot infested human faeces in black bags on the floor.

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SPORT

Liverpool set to sign James Milner on a free transfer

Brendan Rodgers has been criticised for his transfer decisions in the past but, if reports today are correct, he is about to do a very decent piece of business for Liverpool.

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MOST READ: WATCH: Messi again steals the show with wonder goal in Copa Del Rey final

Barcelona’s Copa Del Rey final win may have been Xavi’s last game at the Nou Camp but after the game it was Lionel Messi’s wonder goal which was at the forefront of the captain’s mind.

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WORLD

Two saved from capsized cruise ship

Divers have pulled two people alive from inside a capsized cruise ship in China and are preparing to rescue at least four more, state broadcaster CCTV said.

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MOST READ: Jenner debuts identity in ‘Vanity Fair’

Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner — formerly known as Bruce Jenner — has appeared for the first time in public in her new female identity on the June cover of Vanity Fair.

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ANALYSIS

MOST READ: Irish Innocence Project: Meet the people who try to right miscarriages of justice

David Langwallner director of the Irish Innocence Project and Anne Driscoll, the organisation’s project manager, talk to Michael Clifford about the project’s work in trying to right miscarriages of justice, where people have been convicted of crimes they did not commit

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EXAMVIRAL

VIDEO: Wayne Rooney fails in duet with Ed Sheeran … again

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney is pretty good pals with music star Ed Sheeran and the duo attempted a duet in New York over the weekend.

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MOST READ: VIDEO: Irish lad cracks up pub with unbelievable card trick

Dave Duggan has become an overnight internet darling after he was filmed pulling off an amazing card trick over the Bank Holiday weekend.

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TECHNOW

MOST READ: Windows 10's release date revealed

Microsoft announced that the full version of Windows 10 will be released on July 29th, 2015.

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BUSINESS

IBEC survey finds 39% of firms cannot afford pay rises

Nearly four in 10 (39%) Irish companies will not be able to award a pay increase this year, according to a survey from IBEC.

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MOST READ: €7m losses at ‘loo with a view’ developer’s company

Losses continued to mount last year at a construction firm that splurged €400,000 on a derelict “loo with a view” at the height of the building boom.

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LIFESTYLE

MOST READ: Massive Open Online Courses offer a brain boost of free education

Wondering how to keep your teenager busy this summer when summer jobs are thin on the ground? Fancy tipping your toe back into education? Grainne McGuinness is raving about MOOCs, short online courses, many of which are free.

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SHOWBIZ

President Barack Obama shows support for Caitlyn Jenner

The US leader has lent his support to the former Olympian and her "story".

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MOST READ RIGHT NOW

MOST READ: VIDEO: Australian political advisor launches anti-Irish rant

Worldwide reaction to Ireland's recent Yes vote in the Marriage Equality Referendum has been broadly positive.

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